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find an equation in standard form having x-intercept -4 and parallel to the y-axis.

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    If it's parallel to the y axis then the graph is a constant x for any value of y |dw:1352065470358:dw|

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    but what is the equation? as in the Ax+By=C form?

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    It's just x=-4, because for whatever value of y, x is always equal to -4

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    thanks!

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